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Hi there, I would like to share the 'about us' section from a website I just built called NaltrexoneDrug.com. It is a completely not-for-profit site. I'm trying to help others with the same method that helped the alcoholic in my life. Please visit it online if you are interested in my message below. Thanks kindly.
I built this site after the alcoholic in my life began The Sinclair Method (TSM) treatment and I saw an…
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Hi everybody! i just joined sober village yesterday. I love the way this page is looking. its a great way for people that are clean and sober to come together and get to know each other. I am coming up on 2 years clean in May of this year and i cant wait i am so excited! i have made so many amazing friends and family in my recovery and i am so grateful to share it with you! i hope to be talking and blogging with you soon. have a wonderful day :)
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I was on 12Steprecovery.com and saw that there was a book available that I had been hearing about for a while. The title is "The Book That Started it All: A working manuscript of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
It is incredible! It has the original typed text of the Big Book before it was ever published with handwritten notes in the margins. Originally Bill W. sent this manuscript out to the groups for feed back. Some of the annotations were really great and changes were made to…Continue
Added by Janet Garinger on June 4, 2012 at 1:13pm — No Comments
I like this concept of Sober Village. One thing I know about recovery is that there is no way I could do this without meetings or the fellowship. Can you imagine sitting at home alone with the Big Book, working the steps without discussing them with anyone, and being able to stay sober and gain some sobriety?? I can’t. How would I have heard things like, “don’t drink no matter what”; don’t leave before the Miracle happens” or any of the other quips and quotes we have in AA and…Continue
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My recovery has evolved to the point where I am better able to trust my higher power to provide everything I need. I am older and wiser now, however, it is the 12 steps that have transformed me. I had a sponsor once who told me that each day God gives me 24 hours worth of everything I need; shelter, food, courage, strength, serenity, love...everything. When I can stay in today, I find that she was exactly right.I have…Continue
Added by Janet Garinger on April 26, 2012 at 4:24pm — No Comments
I am sorry, but I had to delete my blog, someone in my family saw it on here, and guessed my identity, and I no longer felt safe with it out here. I still encourage everyone to open up and post their true feelings on here, but to also be careful and maybe edit out personally identifying info.
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The Language of Letting Go
Resentments are the blocks that hold us back from loving others and ourselves. Resentments do not punish the other person; they punish us. They become barriers to feeling good and enjoying life. They prevent us from being in harmony with the world. Resentments are hardened chunks of anger. They loosen up and dissolve with forgiveness and letting go.
Letting go of…
I am so grateful that god continually restore me to sanity. My insanity manifest itself in so many different ways (despite being sober for over 3 years). With each and every day more is revealed to me. This illness is so cunning, baffling, and powerful. I am grateful that I haven't given up on god and god hasn't given up on me. I am so grateful that this power greater than myself knows what its doing because I have no idea. If it were up to me nothing would ever change but I pray for gods…Continue
Added by M.E.S. on January 12, 2012 at 11:33am — No Comments
f there is one things that I've learned in 2011 it is how truly powerless I am. Step one is a beautiful step: We conceded to our innermost self that we are alcoholic, we admit that we have an illness, and that our lives are unmanageable because of us.... because of our perceptions, expectations, and defects of character. It is stated that this is not only true during our drinking and/or using days but also all throughout our journey of sobriety. How can this be? We have a disease…Continue
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